By give me an F - 05/01/2014 16:16 - United Kingdom - Corby
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There are 4 guys on my cheer team and the first couple weeks two of the guys were too weak to catch some of the flyers because they just didn't know much about cheer. But the guys eventually built more muscle and now base and backspot us and can now do one man stunts. Don't worry! It'll work out!
Why is that a problem? They work out a lot, of course they're stronger than you. Why is it so bad to be weaker than a group of girls? It would be worse if they were weaker than you, they've been training for some time and you're new. Don't worry, you'll build up that strength eventually. Instead of worrying, be glad that you can rely on them to catch you.
I don't know why people are surprised that they're so strong. Cheerleaders THROW PEOPLE and they have to have some serious strength to hold some of their poses. Guys that don't work out aren't going to be stronger than people who do purely because they have balls.
I'm pretty sure the only reason you're upset about this is because now you can't look up a girl's panties as she's getting lifted by you.
why did you thumbs down that guy? What he said is true. Men do build muscle easier than women. It's a fact. Calm down and maybe try focusing your fake feminism more on actual equality and real gender role problems, and I know it's getting better, and im not some kind of male rights person, I just think that a lot actual facts are denied and frowned upon. I don't think that sharing of these facts are supposed somehow "prove" that one gender is better than the other, as that doesn't make any sense. When you try and make women more powerful than men, your not solving the problem, it's just reversed, and when you call that feminism, you make all the actual feminist groups that work so hard for great causes look bad. Sorry for the rant.
A study was done, the only reason more men are stronger than women is because people assume men are stronger, and so many parents subconsciously make their male children do more sports and activities and their female children do less, so, even though eventually whether or not you do sports is up to you, boys usually get a head start.